Had this happen once too. Was out front of our house and saw Amazon stop at my neighbor's. I was expecting a package (stainless pans for my smoker). Figured they'd be stopping at my driveway next.
Amazon gets back in their van from neighbors, my app dings that my package was delivered, they drive right by my house, fuckers.
I decided to test my neighbor to see if they would let me know. NOPE, 3 days later I finally went over to collect my shit. Motherfuckers opened it and all but never bothered to find out whose it might be. Bitches.
I go out of my way to get wrongly delivered packages off my porch and to the rightful owner. Some people are just scum about it like they won the free lottery or some shit.
Last summer, about a month after moving in, we got our Sam's order delivered from FedEx. I drug all the boxes inside, and began opening everything and putting the stuff away (huge order; stocking cabinets after moving across the country). I opened one of the boxes, though, and took pause... it had 6 of the large bags of Dunkin' Donuts original coffee inside. I knew we didn't order that, so I looked at the label.
That one box was for a church across town, and it was a Saturday afternoon. I knew they needed that for services the very next morning, as most places, in my experience, have "fellowship" after the services with coffee (and sometimes donated day-old donuts, too).
I first called FedEx, they said to take it up with Sam's (talk about not taking responsibility for you screw-up). I called Sam's but the wait time on hold was over an hour.
I then just took the box across town and hoped someone would be there. Luckily, the pastor was inside the office area after-hours waiting for FedEx, and I explained to him why we opened their package, but it was all there and ready for tomorrow morning.
Monday, the FedEx guy came by looking for the package that he left there by mistake. I told him its already been delivered.